Bureau of State Payroll Services
To assist payroll staff in calculating anniversary dates or days worked, 4 Date Calculators have been introduced:
- The Anniversary Date (AD) Calculator determines the new anniversary date by subtracting the number of full pay periods an employee was off the payroll. The anniversary date is used for salary increases such as increments and performance advances.
- The Teacher Days Worked (TDW) Calculator totals the number of days worked in the academic year (9/1-6/30). If not at the job rate, an employee must work 150 days to be eligible for an increment.
- The Security Longevity/Anniversary Date (SLA) Calculator determines the new security longevity/anniversary date by subtracting the number of calendar days an employee is off the payroll. The Security Longevity/Anniversary Date is used for longevity payments that are effective the first day of the pay period following 10, 15 and 20 years of continuous service.
- The Security and UCS Days Worked (SUDW) Calculator totals the number of days worked in the fiscal year (4/1-3/31). If not at the job rate, an employee must work 100 days to be eligible for an increment on 4/1. Employees of the Unified Court System whose salary is below the maximum and have 120 days of service in the fiscal year are eligible for an increment on 4/1.